The Honeymoon Pill is the nickname for a pill designed to delay a person’s period. If you’re interested in learning more, then please enjoy our quick primer!
OHIP+ came into effect on January 1st, 2018, and it makes many medications free for children and youth up to age 24. But which types of birth control does it cover? We break it all down in this post!
When it comes to sex and sexual health, how do we feel about risk? What are things we can do to reduce risk of things we don’t want to happen? For the first post in our What Is Risk series we’re talking about Pregnancy Risk!
For the third post in our What To Expect series, we’re going over some of the basics of what it’s like to get an IUD.
Remembering to take your birth control pill at the same time every day can be tricky. This post covers what people can do in the event that they are late/forget taking a pill.
For the first instalment of our “What To Expect” series, we’re going over some of the basics of what it’s like to go to an appointment for birth control.
Last month we got in touch with Sherri (Vice President, Director of Family Planning) from Apothecus Pharmaceutical Corp, and they were kind enough to answer some of our questions about VCF! Read on!
What’s up with withdrawal? People often feel guilty or nervous when they use it as a method of birth control, but does it actually work?
Check out this list of health clinics in the GTA who sell and do IUD insertions across the city.
Don’t know where to start with birth control? This introduction will help point you in the direction that’s right for you!